TRIESTE – MTLG 2017

TRIESTE – MTLG 2017

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IMPRESSIONS AT THE JUNCTION OF ROMAN AND SLAVIC

COMPARISON WITH THE REGION

Today, Trieste is mostly known for its coffee, rather than the meetings industry. The geo-political location could make Trieste a leading Adriatic congress destination, yet it is now being overtaken by less accessible and geographically located destinations. Solid infrastructure is a good foundation for development. The image of the city on the regional and world market needs to be improved. When key stakeholders on both sides of the border realize the potential of the city, it can become much more important than it is today.

MTLG INDEX / 2017 EDITION

DESTINATION CAPACITY

  • The number of 4* and 5* category hotel rooms: 3000
  • The number of 4* and 5* category hotels: 16
  • Banquet hall maximum capacity: 600
  • The largest hall in the city (in m2): 640 m2
  • Destination population: 204,849
  • Maximum hall capacity in theatre style: 600

MTLG CATEGORY

 MEETING DESTINATION

Destinations that can host up to 1000 attendees.

Check out the new MTLG categorization for 2017 here.

OVERALL PERFORMANCE

TRIESTE INDIVIDUAL GRADES 2017 
Natural and cultural factors: 4.57
General and transport infrastructure: 4.59
Tourist infrastructure: 4.56
Meeting infrastructure: 4.31
Subjective grade: 4.60
Marketing Buzz: 3.98
ICCA index: 1.02
Numbeo quality of life Index: 3.60
Numbeo Safety Index:4.35
ACI Airport Connectivity Index 2.51
DESTINATION MARK: 3.81
SOURCEKONGRES MAGAZINE
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A long time congress tourism addict, Gorazd has many years' experience in creating, planning and organizing large congress projects in cooperation with some of the most respected institutions in the region. He is an accomplished advisor for marketing success in corporate events and congress centers and the owner of Toleranca marketing agency. Gorazd has established himself as the founder and editor of Kongres Magazine and the co-creator of Conventa Trade Show.

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